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European archaeology

This is a list of notable archaeological sites sorted by country and territories. For one sorted by continent and time period, see the list of archaeological sites by continent and age.

Afghanistan

Albania

ALGERIA

Argentina

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Belgium

Belize

Bolivia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brazil

Bulgaria

Cambodia

  • Kampong Cham:
    • Banteay Prei Nokor
  • Kandal:
    • Oudong a.k.a. Phnom Preah Reach Top

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Costa Rica

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

East Jerusalem

Ecuador

Egypt

El Salvador

Estonia

Finland

France

Georgia

Germany

Greece

Guatemala

Honduras

Hong Kong

Hungary

India

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Ireland

Israel and Palestinian territories

Italy

Japan

Jordan

  • 'Ain Ghazal
  • Jerash
  • Madaba mosaic map
  • Petra
  • Jerash
  • Um qais
  • Alazraq
  • Ajlun castle
  • Pella(Tabqet Fahl)
  • Philadelphia(Amman)=Roman Amphitheatre and castle
  • Barashta
  • Beit ras
  • Irbid (el tal)
  • Um Aljmal-Almafraq
  • Salt

Kazakhstan

Kyrgyzstan

Libya

Lebanon

Republic of Macedonia

Malaysia

Mali

Malta

Mexico

Micronesia

Mongolia

  • Khoid Tsenkheriin Agui (Northern Cave of Blue): Paleolithic cave drawings
  • Tsagaan Agui (White Cave):Paleolithic cave drawings
  • Kharakhorum, capital of the Mongolian Empire

Morocco

New Zealand

  • Te Wairoa - Maori village buried by volcanic eruption in the 1880s
  • Albert Park tunnels - World War II civilian air raid shelters sealed in 1946

Norway

Pakistan

Main article: Archaeological sites in Pakistan

Palau

Panama

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

  • Al Zubarah 18th-19th merchant town

Romania

Russia

Serbia

See also: Archaeological sites in Serbia

Slovakia

South Africa

Spain

Sultanate of Oman

Sweden

Switzerland

Syria

Thailand

Tunisia

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

United Kingdom

United States

See also: Archaeological sites in the United States by State

Uzbekistan

Yemen

  • Marib Capital of the Sabaean empire
  • Zafar Capital of the Himyarite empire

Zimbabwe

References

The Times 2001, Archaeology of the World, Edited by Chris Scarre, Harper Collins Publishers, London. ISBN 0-7230-1032-3

Other historical lists

External links

  • The World Monuments Fund's Watch List of the 100 Most Endangered Sites
  • Fasti Online - an online database of archaeological sites



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